Life of 𝝅 - A visual story

Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter and is one of the most important numbers in our universe. It’s a non-terminating, non-repeating decimal which means that no group of digits repeat endlessly. Using Google cloud, Emma Haraku set the record of most digits of pi calculated to 31.4 trillion. Just to give you a perspective, it will take a human nearly 100 years to pronounce these digits of pi.


Random walk of 𝝅 digits

Circular web walk of 𝝅-digits

𝝅 on a grid as circles (even odd)

𝝅 on a grid as numbers

𝝅 on a grid as numbers (even odd)

𝝅 on a grid as connected lines

Probability Histogram of 𝝅 digits (bar)

Normalized frequency of occurrence of 𝝅 digits

Note: Some of the animations are inspired from Martin Krzywinski